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The Weeknd understand Selena Gomez’s friendship with Justin Bieber, who is pictured at the 2017 PGA Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Aug. 8. The Weeknd and Gomez are photographed at Harper’s Bazaar Celebration of Icons By Carine Roitfeld on Sept. 8 in New York. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images

Selena Gomez takes her boyfriend’s feelings into account when she hangs out with her ex.

The singer/actress is trying to keep The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, from being “upset” when she hangs out with her ex turned friend, Justin Bieber, according to a new report. Gomez and Bieber, who split in 2014, recently reconnected after her life-saving kidney transplant.

“She is trying to not overdo it with seeing him,” a source told E! Online. “She doesn’t want to upset Abel.”

“Justin has been in constant contact with Selena and they have a great, friendly relationship,” the source explained, stating the “Baby” singer “completely freaked out” when he heard Gomez, who suffers from Lupus, was going under the knife. After getting together at her L.A. abode on Sunday (photos of which were captured of TMZ), the two continue to talk.

The Weeknd, Gomez’s current boyfriend, doesn’t have to worry about her being around her former flame. “He has been in contact with her and they have spoken and met up a few times with friends. They don’t act flirty when they hang out. They just act as old-time friends who care for each other,” another insider shared.

As for The Weeknd, the report states he is “understanding” of their newly formed friendship. “The Weeknd doesn’t think Selena talking to Justin again is weird at all. He doesn’t care,” the source previously told Us Weekly.

Reports about Gomez’s rekindled relationship with Bieber comes just days ahead of her highly anticipated “Today” show interview about her health. A sneak peek of her sit-down, released Friday, shows the singer sitting alongside friend and kidney donor, actress Francia Raisa.

Gomez’s interview with Savannah Guthrie is scheduled to air Monday and Tuesday on NBC’s ”Today” (7 a.m. EDT) and Monday night on NBC’s ”Nightly News” (6:30 p.m. EDT).

“My kidneys were just done. I didn’t want to ask a single person in my life,” Gomez says in a preview for the sit-down.

Gomez fist discussed her surgery on Instagram in September, praising Raisa for her donation. “There aren’t words to describe how I can possibly thank my beautiful friend Francia Raisa,” Gomez wrote at the time. “She gave me the ultimate gift and sacrifice by donating her kidney to me. I am incredibly blessed. I love you so much sis.”